The four names which have been nominated include Bonnie Camplin, from London, and Nicole Wermers, who was born in Germany. Wermers piece Infrastrucktur, a comment on consumer culture, has earned her her nomination.

Nicole Wermer's Infrastruktur Image via Tate Nicole Wermer's Infrastruktur
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themilitaryindustrialcomplexbonniecamplin Camplin's The Military Industrial Complex
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The piece features pieces of design furniture, fur coats and sculptures, amongst other mediums.

Camplin's work portrays themes of philosophy and witchcraft. Entitled The Military Industrial Complex it raises the issue of those who are counted as dangerous by society and government.

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London group Assemble have elevated Toxteth's housing estates as part of a resident petition to prevent the demolition of the estate. The 16-strong group have lent their efforts to projects in the past including in Glasgow's east end.

Tate Britian director Penelope Curtis commented at the Glasgow launch : "They have lunch every day around the table to discuss projects and they couldn't accept the nomination until all had a Modernist collective from the 1930s."

dougjanicekerbel Kerbel's opera
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Canadian-born artist Kerbal's opera work has been nominated. The piece examines a series of catastrophes through the eyes of one person.

The exhibition of the shortlisted pieces will be on show from October 2015 through to January 2016 at Tramway, Glasgow. The winner is announced on 7th December, 2015.

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